Ben Tzvi CBD

Client: Tel Aviv-Jafo Municipality
Project Initiation: 2015
Location: Tel-Aviv, Holon
Project Area: 610 dunam in Tel Aviv jurisdictional area and 185 more dunam in Holon jurisdictional area
Status: Planning
Program: 1.3 square meters built area, including a 30,000 seat stadium, a transportation center and marketable lots for mixed uses: commercial, residential, employment, public facilities and open spaces. The transportation center will include a train station, 3 light rail stations, buses and private vehicles, partially covered and with a new (additional) bridge above the Ayalon highway between Holon and Tel Aviv
Planning Team: Ari Cohen, Avi Lindenbaum, Tal Diller-Orenstein, Einav Yagel

The Ben Tzvi CBD plan is located on the border of Tel Aviv and Holon, between Ben Tzvi Boulevard to the north, Mikve Israel to the east, Kugel Square to the south and HaLochamim Street to the west. The area is currently largely vacant, close to existing and planned mass transit systems and serves as a land reserve for a metropolitan employment center.

The plan proposes a vision based on a metropolitan, rather than only a municipal, perception of the area. The plan provides solutions to benefit future users, regardless of jurisdictional or other borders.

In order to enable the proposed development, the plan suggests moving three large compounds to alternative sites: the Holon Country Club, the DMV and the Tel Aviv municipality logistics complex. Alongside the proposed development, the plan conserves local nature values, together with an existing Muslim cemetery and two historical ‘Well Houses’ within the plan limits

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The Ben Tzvi CBD plan is located on the border of Tel Aviv and Holon, between Ben Tzvi Boulevard to the north, Mikve Israel to the east, Kugel Square to the south and HaLochamim Street to the west. The area is currently largely vacant, close to existing and planned mass transit systems and serves as a land reserve for a metropolitan employment center.

The plan proposes a vision based on a metropolitan, rather than only a municipal, perception of the area. The plan provides solutions to benefit future users, regardless of jurisdictional or other borders.

In order to enable the proposed development, the plan suggests moving three large compounds to alternative sites: the Holon Country Club, the DMV and the Tel Aviv municipality logistics complex. Alongside the proposed development, the plan conserves local nature values, together with an existing Muslim cemetery and two historical ‘Well Houses’ within the plan limits